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Tourists not welcome

How to tackle the issues of overtourism in an age of overseas hen and stag parties.

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School hosts book launch

Dean of School, Professor Rhodri Thomas has this month launched his new book at Headingley Campus.

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Our Research Assemblies

The next research assembly: 'Practising and researching as a woman in tourism: the good, the bad and the (occassionally) ugly' - will take place on 21 November.

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25 Jul 2018

Leeds Beckett University picked up an armful of awards at a national ceremony in London.

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04 Jul 2018

Research by Leeds Beckett’s School of Events, Tourism & Hospitality Management is helping to address gambling issues in the city.

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02 Jul 2018

Live music, photo booths and cocktails helped Leeds Beckett University students raise thousands of pounds for good causes.

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“Many of the lecturers come from the industry themselves, so they can spot and nurture talent. Whilst VIP/Celebrity Liaison and Press Officer at the Zoological Society in London, I worked on two series of ITV documentary The Zoo, given David Beckham a tour and helped organise a gala dinner at which Usain Bolt was the guest of honour.”

Rhiannon Bates

BA (Hons) Events Management

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ICRETH Assemblies: Practising and researching as a woman in tourism: The good the bad and the (occasionally) ugly

ICRETH assemblies combine seminars offered by guest-speakers with research meetings whereby current developments in our fields are discussed by all academic colleagues.

22 November 2018

Leeds Business School welcomes founder of The Blog Abroad, Gloria Atanmo. With over 100k social media followers, author of From Excuses to Excursions:...

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28 November 2018

The event is aimed at anyone with an interest in pursuing a career/studies in travel and tourism.

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05 December 2018

Parallax, Parapraxis and the Multicultural Representation of British Media Events

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